Exploring Issues: a Teachers' Guide
Produced by the Citizen Science project, this teacher guidance summarises ideas on how to run successful discussions and debates within the secondary classroom. Examples illustrate how a range of techniques, such as TV chat show formats, can be used successfully.
These materials will help teachers to:
• run a variety of discussion formats
• motivate students to join in discussions
• make the most of experts and incorporate them into lessons
• effectively facilitate discussion
Further materials in this series look at specific topics such as drug misuse, in vitro fertilisation and alcohol abuse.
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